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Limsama to sponsor Málaga CF School

The cleaning firm will be the School’s main sponsor for the next two years.

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29/11/2018 10:07

The Málaga CF Foundation and Limsama have reached an agreement whereby the Málaga cleaning company will be the principal sponsor of all teams within the MCF School. Under this agreement, the Limsama colours will feature on the front of the shirts worn by the 35 teams made up of 515 boys and girls in the MCF School at football grounds in the province.

The presentation of the agreement, which was held at the Federación Malagueña de Fútbol facilities, was attended by Club adviser Francisco Martín Aguilar, and member of the MCF Foundation’s Social Department, Sebastián Fernández Reyes, Basti. Also present were first team player, Javier Ontiveros and Women’s team goalkeeper, Chelsea, both of whom spoke to MCFTV. The Marbella-born winger recalled it wasn’t so long ago that he was one of the players at the School: “It’s an honour to shake hands with these kids, we’re delighted to be here”, he said. Chelsea talked about the growth of women’s football: “It’s wonderful how much it’s grown, it’s very important to have a School like this in a Club as big as ours”.

For its part, the cleaning company was represented by manger, Alejandro Checa who thanked the MCF Foundation for the opportunity of reaching this agreement: “It’s an honour for us to share these moments, help Málaga CF to grow and contribute so that these children can play football”, he explained.

Limsama is a company with 20 years of experience specialising in cleaning services on the Costa del Sol, offering its services to businesses, institutions, as well as communities and private homes, ensuring a high level of satisfaction at a minimal cost. In addition, as well as other jobs, the firm is in charge of keeping La Rosaleda clean and tidy every day.

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